Sister Dennis Frandrup Kiln

The Sister Dennis Frandrup Kiln was built in the summer of 2012. It is named after Sister Dennis Frandrup, who was a professor of ceramics at the college for over 30 years. The kiln is fired two to three times a year, depending on volunteers and student experience. The kiln fires continuously for several days at a time and volunteers are responsible for firing and loading shifts. 


Students participate in firing of CSB kiln,” The Record, November 8, 2013, p. 3.